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Synonyms for access

Synonyms for access

the right to enter or make use of

a sudden violent expression, as of emotion

a sudden and often acute manifestation of a disease

Synonyms for access

the right to enter

the right to obtain or make use of or take advantage of something (as services or membership)

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a way of entering or leaving

a code (a series of characters or digits) that must be entered in some way (typed or dialed or spoken) to get the use of something (a telephone line or a computer or a local area network etc

(computer science) the operation of reading or writing stored information

the act of approaching or entering

obtain or retrieve from a storage device

reach or gain access to

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Salvage of angioplasty failures and complications in hemodialysis arteriovenous access using the FLUENCY Plus Stent Graft: technical and 180-day patency results.
The company's most advanced program, Vascugel, has demonstrated proof of concept and safety in two Phase 2 trials in patients undergoing arteriovenous access procedures for hemodialysis.
Medical and surgical unsuitability for arteriovenous access creation Total unsuitability Medical Surgical unsuitability unsuitability Step 1 37 n/a Step 2 3 4 * Total unsuitability n = 44 * n = 40 n = 4 * Two patients experienced primary failure and were deemed surgically unsuitable for any further AV access surgery Table 4.
The poster presentation, entitled "Safety of Vascugel([R]) Treatment after the Creation of Arteriovenous Access," will be presented by Prabir Roy-Chaudhury, M.
Mendelssohn, I am delighted to accept the CANNT 2010 manuscript award for quality improvement project "A three-step approach to conversion of prevalent catheter dependent patients to arteriovenous access.
Pending FDA approval, the LifeStent[R] SFA product, the Flair[TM] Arteriovenous Access Stent Graft and E*Luminexx[TM] Iliac Stent will together give Bard one of the broadest product offerings for peripheral vascular stenting.
Recommendations for tracking arteriovenous access complications using a charting-by-exception model.
The survey elicited responses regarding the following areas of infection control practice: unit design, utilization of arteriovenous access type, carriage of MRSA, VRE, HBV and HCV, tuberculosis, influenzae and pneumonoccal immunization, infection precautions for patients with selected infections, infection surveillance, antibiotic utilization, antiseptic agents, hemodialysis access management, cleaning and disinfection, water treatment and hemodialysis waste.